Perfect Photo Suite 9 from OnOne Software

Most of my work the last two months has been in front of the computer in one way or another.  More often than not, it’s working on photographs I made last year.  I’m still working on some I made during my trips to New York and Colorado in the fall.  But, I’ve also been watching videos and tutorials while riding on my bike trainer.  Most of last year, I thought I was in poor shape for riding, mostly because of the daily photography project became more and more important.  I’m getting an early start on training riding indoors while learning about the Perfect Photo Suite 9 from OnOne Software.  Most of my actual work on photographs has been using this suite.  Earlier I wrote I planned to revisit old photographs and see how I would render them now.  I doubt I will revisit 365 over the course of the year but I’ve enjoyed both the process and the outcome of the effort so far.  Today, I revisited the photograph on the opening page.  I have the original and the redux below.  I’m also including a redux from my trip to Venice in the fall of 2011

The more I work with PPS 9, the more I am impressed.  My workflow begins in Lightroom 5 then shifts to PPS 9 and then, some of the time, finishes back in LR 5.

Original

Bay Bridge-1

Redux

Bay Bridge-2space

Original

Venice-1

Redux

Venice-2

 

 

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